Pokemon Sword and Shield

Pokemon Who Can Learn Calm Mind (TR49)

Pokemon Sword and Shield - Calm Mind

This is an article for the move Calm Mind (TR49) and the Pokemon who can learn it and its location in Pokemon Sword and Shield, Isle of Armor, and the Crown Tundra DLC. Read on to see the Power, Accuracy, PP, and Effect, and see how to use it competitively.

Calm Mind (TR49) - Type and Effect

Type Pokemon Psychic Image
Category Pokemon Status Image
Power -
Accuracy -
PP 20
Effect The user quietly focuses its mind and calms its spirit to raise its Sp. Atk and Sp. Def stats.
Max Move Max Guard
Power: -
TM / TR TR49

Pokemon That Learn Calm Mind (TR49)

By Default

GalladeGallade MusharnaMusharna

By Level Up

KadabraKadabra AlakazamAlakazam RaikouRaikou
EnteiEntei SuicuneSuicune LugiaLugia
Ho-ohHo-oh RaltsRalts KirliaKirlia
GardevoirGardevoir KyogreKyogre LucarioLucario
MunnaMunna WoobatWoobat SwoobatSwoobat
ElgyemElgyem BeheeyemBeheeyem MienfooMienfoo
MienshaoMienshao SpritzeeSpritzee AromatisseAromatisse
OranguruOranguru BlacephalonBlacephalon OrbeetleOrbeetle
HatennaHatenna HattremHattrem HattereneHatterene

By TM / TR

Alolan RaichuAlolan Raichu ClefairyClefairy ClefableClefable
NinetalesNinetales Alolan NinetalesAlolan Ninetales PsyduckPsyduck
GolduckGolduck AbraAbra KadabraKadabra
AlakazamAlakazam Galarian PonytaGalarian Ponyta Galarian RapidashGalarian Rapidash
Galarian SlowpokeGalarian Slowpoke SlowpokeSlowpoke Galarian SlowbroGalarian Slowbro
SlowbroSlowbro ExeggutorExeggutor ChanseyChansey
Mr. MimeMr. Mime Galarian Mr. MimeGalarian Mr. Mime JynxJynx
Galarian ArticunoGalarian Articuno MewtwoMewtwo MewMew
HoothootHoothoot NoctowlNoctowl NatuNatu
XatuXatu SudowoodoSudowoodo EspeonEspeon
Galarian SlowkingGalarian Slowking SlowkingSlowking DunsparceDunsparce
SneaselSneasel CorsolaCorsola Galarian CorsolaGalarian Corsola
SmoochumSmoochum BlisseyBlissey RaikouRaikou
EnteiEntei SuicuneSuicune LugiaLugia
Ho-ohHo-oh CelebiCelebi RaltsRalts
KirliaKirlia GardevoirGardevoir SableyeSableye
LunatoneLunatone SolrockSolrock BaltoyBaltoy
ClaydolClaydol DuskullDuskull DusclopsDusclops
AbsolAbsol RelicanthRelicanth LatiasLatias
LatiosLatios KyogreKyogre JirachiJirachi
DrifloonDrifloon DrifblimDrifblim BronzorBronzor
BronzongBronzong BonslyBonsly Mime Jr.Mime Jr.
SpiritombSpiritomb LucarioLucario WeavileWeavile
GalladeGallade DusknoirDusknoir UxieUxie
MespritMesprit AzelfAzelf GiratinaGiratina
Giratina (Origin Forme)Giratina (Origin Forme) CresseliaCresselia MunnaMunna
MusharnaMusharna WoobatWoobat SwoobatSwoobat
AudinoAudino SigilyphSigilyph YamaskYamask
Galarian YamaskGalarian Yamask CofagrigusCofagrigus ZoruaZorua
ZoroarkZoroark MinccinoMinccino CinccinoCinccino
GothitaGothita GothoritaGothorita GothitelleGothitelle
SolosisSolosis DuosionDuosion ReuniclusReuniclus
ElgyemElgyem BeheeyemBeheeyem LitwickLitwick
LampentLampent ChandelureChandelure MienfooMienfoo
MienshaoMienshao LarvestaLarvesta VolcaronaVolcarona
CobalionCobalion TerrakionTerrakion VirizionVirizion
LandorusLandorus Landorus (Therian Forme)Landorus (Therian Forme) KeldeoKeldeo
EspurrEspurr MeowsticMeowstic SpritzeeSpritzee
AromatisseAromatisse SwirlixSwirlix SlurpuffSlurpuff
InkayInkay MalamarMalamar AmauraAmaura
AurorusAurorus SylveonSylveon CarbinkCarbink
KlefkiKlefki TrevenantTrevenant XerneasXerneas
DiancieDiancie PrimarinaPrimarina CutieflyCutiefly
RibombeeRibombee ComfeyComfey OranguruOranguru
DrampaDrampa Tapu KokoTapu Koko Tapu LeleTapu Lele
Tapu BuluTapu Bulu Tapu FiniTapu Fini SolgaleoSolgaleo
LunalaLunala XurkitreeXurkitree KartanaKartana
NecrozmaNecrozma MagearnaMagearna MarshadowMarshadow
BlacephalonBlacephalon ZeraoraZeraora DottlerDottler
OrbeetleOrbeetle HatennaHatenna HattremHattrem
HattereneHatterene CursolaCursola Mr. RimeMr. Rime
RunerigusRunerigus AlcremieAlcremie FrosmothFrosmoth
IndeedeeIndeedee SpectrierSpectrier CalyrexCalyrex
Calyrex (Ice Rider)Calyrex (Ice Rider) Calyrex (Shadow Rider)Calyrex (Shadow Rider)

By Egg Move

There are no Pokemon who learn this move by this method.

By Move Tutor

There are no Pokemon who learn this move by this method.

Competitive Analysis

Calm Mind is a valuable move to special attackers as it raises the stat by two levels. Any Pokemon that has Calm Mind set up is dangerous and is a serious threat capable of wiping out teams.

A very common example of this is Calyrex (Shadow Rider) in Doubles. It only needs one use of Calm Mind and can immediately spam Astral Barrage, potentially even becoming more powerful with As One's Grim Neigh.

Calm Mind's boost can be easily cleared with Haze or by forcing the Pokemon to switch out.

Calyrex (Shadow Rider) - Moveset & Best Build for Ranked Battle

Calm Mind (TR49) Locations

Purchase from the Wild Area Trader

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Calm Mind (TR49) is available to purchase from the Watt Traders in the Wild Area for 2000 Watts.

The Watt Traders' selection of TM and TRs changes everyday so make sure to check what's in stock!

How to Farm Watts Quickly

A Possible Drop from Max Raids

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It's also possible to get Calm Mind (TR49) from Psychic-type Max Raid dens as a reward for defeating or catching the resident Dynamax or Gigantamax Pokemon.

How to Max Raid With Friends

Get from the Cram-o-Matic

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It's also possible to get Calm Mind (TR49) from the Cram-o-Matic, although the chances are still low even when using the right items.

How to Use the Cram-o-Matic

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